Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will make a final push for votes on a campaigning visit to Scotland.
With voters due to go to the polls in the local government elections on Thursday, Mr Clegg will team up with Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie in a bid to win support for their party.
The two men are due to visit a green energy centre in Fife, and will speak with apprentices learning to build wind turbines.
The council elections are taking place a year after the Lib Dems saw the number of MSPs they have at Holyrood drop to just five.
But Mr Rennie insisted that both he and the party's "excellent" council candidates had been "listening and responding to communities in Scotland".
He also argued that the Liberal Democrats were "delivering for Scots at all levels in Scotland".
Mr Rennie, speaking ahead of the visit to the Whitlock Energy Collaboration Centre at Carnegie College's Rosyth campus, said his party was responsible for "taking 92,000 Scots out of tax and giving over two million more a tax cut".
Those changes were made by the Tory-Liberal Democrat coalition at Westminster, but Mr Rennie said at Holyrood his party had worked to secure more funds for colleges "so the vital training done at Carnegie College and others can continue".
He also said in local government the Liberal Democrats were "hard working councillors who listen and respond to the communities they serve", adding that this "shows Liberal Democrats at all levels have a record of action".
Mr Rennie continued: "I have been especially encouraged that people value the hard work of their local Liberal Democrat candidates who are champions for their community.
"Every area deserves a councillor who will stick up for them, listen, respond and work with them to get a fair deal. That's what Liberal Democrats do best.
"Our local teams have campaigned on that record, and have promised to deliver more in the years ahead.
"Creating jobs to boost the economy, protecting the environment by boosting recycling, providing nursery education to give children the best start in life and high quality care for elderly people, this is what you can expect if people elect a local champion for their area tomorrow."
SNP campaign director Derek Mackay claimed that Mr Clegg was "the embodiment of everything that has gone wrong for the Lib Dems - he is the man who let the Tories into Government".
He added: "It's no wonder that our extensive canvassing data is showing that the Lib Dems are heading for another election meltdown. And it's no wonder that the Lib Dems are standing an astonishing 84 fewer candidates than in 2007, which underlines their lack of ambition for themselves and for Scotland."